crazydrve

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  1. I dont use this company wide. its only for my own personal testing when I use vm's at home. We were able to create system images at work so dont need to use wpi. I am sorry for any confusion mis-information, etc. Is using it to install windows updates against the license?
  2. I will change that to properly support your software. I love your software.
  3. Can you explain how i am using it against its license please?
  4. Thank you for the ideas. I am using windows 7 and sometimes XP, I had trouble slipstreaming the updates so I found you can silent install the updates with wpi. Its been working great. And I fixed my isssue.
  5. I have been using wpi for installing windows updates for a long time and recently as I am updating my list I found it to be faster using only windows not wpiw. Has anyone else noticed that? Does anyone else use wpiw for installing windows updates? Also are there user examples for various uses anywhere? I did a google search and cant find examples. thanks for any input
  6. I dont know if anyone else got this but I just downloaded and copied over my configs and I get the following errors: Line: 26 character: 1 Error: 'bit64' is undefined code: 0 url: file:///C:/WPI_v8.7.2/UserFiles/config.js and Line: 631 character: 7 Error: unable to get property 'toString' of undefinded or null reference code: 0 url: file:///C:/WPI_v8.7.2/WPIScripts/check.js I launch a clean copy and i dont see anything about 64bit processing under options wizard in tools area? I am doing something wrong? Thank you for all the hard work on this app. I just donated also.
  7. I finally found this bug only by trying to use the number order. If you leave it blank then you can manually adjust it using config.js. I have done this for years. I edited the program.js but I must not understand right what I am supposed to take out. { position="program.js"; whatfunc="byOrder()"; var x=a.ordr; var y=b.ordr; return ((x < y) ? -1 : ((x > y) ? 1 : 0));}new look was {return x - y;}
  8. Yea thats what we are doing right now... so it looks like thats the "easiet" Thanks for the input Bill
  9. Thanks for the response. We QC it before but it would be nice to apply the image with imagex and not have to QC it again. I heard it can be done and have seen a couple places do it. I found out that we are missing out by not haveing a piece of software to help with that. (RPK kit) And we do sysprep them so they have to read the elua. From what I can read we can input the keys and activate it for them but with sysprep it forces them to at least read the eula. I am still new at this and continue to do more reseach. We have reviewed the Best Practices and Polices and we are good there. I think my problem lies in I could sysprep the image on the test box and then apply it to the new pc but its how to input the individual keys for them to activate it for them. Trying to make the process easier for the customer. "Right now i built a test pc where i install all the apps, updates, etc. that we want for the setup. I leave it in audit mode. Then i image the pc with imagex Then i apply image with imagex to new pc then we QC the pc inputing coa keys, double checking stuff, etc., takes about an hour depending on updates, etc. then we sysprep pc" Time for more testing and thanks for your input. Bill
  10. HI all, I hope this is the right place, if not please direct me. I volunteer at a non-profit and recently doing windows 7 with the Ms registered refurb program. I was wondering if anyone has ideas on most effiecent steps. Right now i built a test pc where i install all the apps, updates, etc. that we want for the setup. I leave it in audit mode. Then i image the pc with imagex Then i apply image with imagex to new pc then we QC the pc inputing coa keys, double checking stuff, etc., takes about an hour depending on updates, etc. then we sysprep pc then it goes to customer. I am trying to see if there is anyway to speed up the proces... Where we dont have to QC the pc. just find a way to input individual coa keys(if i said that right) Any Ideas any suggestions? THank you Bill
  11. Thanks for the info I will pass it onto by boss... Bill
  12. HI I would first like to say I love your product. I was just wondering if the license has changed? I would like to use this at a non-profit i volunteer at? Please let me know if that is still ok Thanks Bill
  13. I am using windows xp sp3 here is the exact process: load windows right click my computer - manage - device mananger then right click item that needs driver and choose update driver I choose "no not at this time" next "install from list or specific location" next I choose search removable media and "include this location in the search" then browse to my drivers folder on flash drive I don't see any option for selecting sub folders so i assumed it did it automatically but there are times i have to go deeper into other folders not a big deal but it would be nice just to choose the one folder thanks for any help
  14. Hi people I have a question that I cant seem to answer I have done some tests and it seems tho that when u update a driver and choose a sub folder in a custom path that it doesnt find the driver? example when choosing the folder for drivers c:\drivers is there a way for it to look in sub folders example c:\drivers\intel\chipset c:\drivers\nvidia\video c:\drivers\dell\ Any help is appreciated crazydrve
  15. I found a way if anyone else needs it... I add a execute after script of a .reg file with importing this to the registry [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce] "New Value #1"="cmd.exe /c rmdir c:\\wpi /s /q" then set the computer to restart in wpi when finished then after restart folder is gone and clean... bingo...